How To Deal With the “Dropicana” Closures on Tropicana

The Tropicana Avenue bridge in Nevada is set to be demolished as part of the $305m Interstate 15-Tropicana Interchange project. The traffic impacts will start on Tuesday with the I-15 southbound offramps to eastbound and westbound traffic closing for several months at a time. The ramp to westbound Tropicana will shutter for nine months, with the flyover ramp to eastbound Tropicana set to close for 18 months. Then starting Sunday and running from 10 p.m. Jan. 27 through 5 a.m. Jan. 30, Tropicana will close to traffic in both directions between Dean Martin Drive and the New York-New York. The project will increase capacity to the area that serves as the gateway to Allegiant Stadium, T-Mobile Arena and the south Strip.

Read more about how to avoid the effects of “Dropicana” at the Las Vegas Review Journal.

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